Members of the Stó:lo nation, a First Nations group in British Columbia, make an extraordinary journey into a remote corner of Papua New Guinea. They are invited by the Maisin, a tribe of about 2,000 living as their ancestors did at the edge of the rainforest. In the Maisin, these Stó:lo people will encounter a traditional culture, intact and thriving in the modern world, a community united in their determination to protect their lands and ways. In the Stó:lo, the Maisin will see a people who have experienced the losses they dread, but who have survived and prevailed over the forces that threaten their fragile culture. This program documents a remarkable meeting between the past and several possible futures.